HCF Training and Development's progressive programme of fundraising training

The Building Sustainability Programme comprises a series of half day modules - designed to cater for a very wide range of organisations and levels of experience/skills of individuals involved in fundraising. It enables progression and choice.
There are 3 categories of half-day courses in this programme:
Foundation Series: Get Fit for Funding and Creating a Fundable Project are the basic courses that all those new to fundraising will start with.
Focus On: A choice of 5 modules to help fundraisers learn about specific sources of income and understand their motivations and objectives. Topics included are - Donors and Legacies, Corporates, Trusts and Foundations, Community Fundraising, Public Service Contracts
Improve: Specific training to help improve different aspects of your fundraising - Get Seen, Get Heard, Get Support helps you to understand and apply key marketing techniques; Introduction to Social Value will enable you gain a basic understanding of this complex subject so you can improve the way you explain and quantify the difference your project makes

A further new initiative this year is the provision of a Fundraising Strategy Programme. This comprises 3 x 3 hour workshops delivered in-house to your fundraising team. Download the Fundraising Strategy Programme flyer.
HCFT Fundraising Strategy Development Programme
A programme of workshops delivered in house by an HCF Fundraising Consultant

Catch up with our latest news

Eight Hertfordshire women and girls projects share in £3.4 million of national funding
Hertfordshire projects working with some of society’s most vulnerable women and girls have received a much-needed funding boost.
Announcement of the Building Effectiveness participants for 2019
We are delighted to announce the 10 high potential organisations who will be participating in this tailored, supported development programme.
Surplus food bringing communities together
A £5,000 grant is helping Gratitude to combine surplus food, volunteers and the community to create weekly cooking clubs. Feeding not only people but encouraging healthy eating habits and social interaction.
Chair based exercise boosts independence and well-being
A £5,000 grant is helping an established and well attended chair based exercise group to provide a weekly class for a further 12 months.